Cassie Montgomery knows that thereís more to the helicopter crash that killed her brother than the police are telling her. Determined to prove that his death wasnít an accident, she embarks on her own investigation. While searching her brotherís deserted home for clues about his death, Cassie comes face to face with an intruder.
Caleb Wilson is breaking into his pal Dan Montgomeryís home in the middle of the night, the better to find out the real deal with Danís untimely death. The police are saying that Dan lost control of the helicopter, but Caleb finds that hard to believe, given that Dan served in the Air Force right alongside him.
Cassie and Dan begrudgingly agree to join forces because they have a common goal. But just because theyíre going to be working together doesnít mean that they like each other. Or does it?
HelenKay Dimon takes readers back to Hawaii in It's Hotter in Hawaii. Fans of Your Mouth Drives Me Crazy will remember the outstanding job she did of transporting readers to the islands, and It's Hotter in Hawaii is no different - she makes me want to book my next vacation in there!
I enjoyed watching Cassie and Cal bicker while also trying to work through the grief of losing someone special. All of the things that make readers flock to Dimonís work are also present: witty dialogue, realistic characters, and steamy scenes. Even though I donít always enjoy romantic suspense, I look forward to HelenKay Dimonís books because I know that Iíll always get a good story with believable suspense. It's Hotter in Hawaii is a great read, and once again, I canít wait for Dimonís next book.